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History at your fingertips

Get fast, searchable access to shot info, without wading through hours of footage.

Effortless Logging.
With each closing of the clapper, MovieSlate automatically creates a shot log with your production, timecode, notes, and even the GPS location of your shots.

Details, Details, Details.
Tap on a particular shot to view or edit its details. Edit shot production data by tapping on a cell, and ★-rate audio/video quality.

Location, Location, Location.
Available GPS coordinates and address information are saved as part of each shot’s History. From the shot details view, you can see the location on a Google map.

Take Note.
Tap on a shot’s note badge to view its text/image/voice notes. Learn More

Share the Log.
History and Notes can be emailed in various report formats— ready for quick import into computer spreadsheets and databases. View sample Reports

Total Control.
Use the History screens to view, search, edit, duplicate, shot log data and notes—
and to export/email various History Reports.
Juggle Projects.
Multiple Productions can be easily managed from History’s Projects list. MovieSlate’s shot log History is organized as a collection of Projects (one per production or television episode).
Drill Down.
Each Project is a collection of Shots. A shot can contain a collection of Notes.
Zero In.
From the Shots list screen, you can search by slate, scene, take, or camera/sound roll.
Sort Quickly.
Tap the Edit button to sort the History Shot List by date/time, roll/scene/take, or video ★-rating.
See the big picture on iPad.
All your history is truly at your fingertips on a single unified screen where you can view, search, edit, duplicate, shot log data and notes— and export/email various Reports. View sample Reports
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